For the owner of this Porsche 911, the usual ways of tuning vehicles simply don’t cut it. Hence, the decision to add a cool looking wrap and a set of our CCW Classic wheels in a beautiful Matte White finish was an easy one. The end result is one of the most interesting Porsche 997 builds we’ve seen to date.
Supreme – as a brand – is definitely kicking ass lately. Started as a skateboarding shop and clothing brand, Supreme was established in New York City in April 1994. The brand caters to the skateboarding, hip hop and rock cultures, as well as to the youth culture in general.
While a skateboard brand first and foremost, Supreme is best known for their highly visible and easily recognizable branding. It features a red background with white lettering and it’s lately been added to almost anything from apparel, sneakers, guitars and hair clippers, making it easily one of the most influential branding campaigns ever seen. With the popularity of the brand, most items labeled Supreme are attaining high pricing in the secondary market, adding to the fame of the brand perfectly.
For the owner of this Porsche 997 Carrera 2S, this project is simply a great homage to the brand. The Guards Red Porsche 911 proved to be the perfect background for the white Supreme lettering, while the added CCW Classic wheels, finished in matte white add that perfect color note to the exterior.
The vehicle is bagged thanks to an AirRide suspension system, allowing the owner to lower the vehicle for photoshoots (like this one) or make it a bit more comfortable on the road. Additionally, a Brembo big brake kit graces the car – allowing for improved stopping power and less brake fade. The rooftop rack is that perfect stanced out addition that will appeal to anyone that’s in love with perfectly dropped Euro builds.
Grab a detailed look at the complete media gallery of this build right below.